2019 Poetry Marathon, Hour Four: Moorage

My Hour 4 poem, based on a photograph by Jake Allison. This one took a little longer…

Anchored and waiting
calm seas under marble-blue sky
dreaming about land

Archipelagos
long to sail on oceans wide
leave countries behind

In the bay, we sleep
our boat swaying with the waves
and green-blue sea dreams

(22 June 2019)


The original post is at https://thepoetrymarathon.com/blog/kevinjoconner/moorage/

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